• Recently Viewed  
  • Cart 

    Your Shopping Cart

    Showing last added item

    Parts Qty

    Total items:

Can't locate your model number? Use our finder

Choose your product type

Common model number plates

View sample model numbers by selecting your product brand

Frigidaire Dryer Parts

Frigidaire Dryer Parts

We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 5 Frigidaire Dryer models

Clear all selections | Category: Commercial (clear)
Model FCED2000LS0 (85 parts)



Shop Parts
Model FCGD2000LS0 (95 parts)



Shop Parts
Model FCGD3000ES1 (110 parts)



Shop Parts
Model FCED3000ES0 (105 parts)



Shop Parts
Model FCGD3000ES0 (108 parts)



Shop Parts

Built with the latest in drying technology, Frigidaire dryers take the pain out of laundry day. Occasionally, a dryer might operate erratically or stop drying clothes. Follow these tips to solve common problems and identify issues that require professional assistance.

Remove Dryer Lint

Lint buildup can cause your clothes to come out wet, even after a full drying cycle. Start by cleaning out the lint tray and the tray receptacle. Then, remove the vent tube, and use a round brush to clean the interior surface. Locate the exterior damper, and check for accumulated lint. If the dryer still fails to dry clothes, you may need to install dryer repair parts, such as the operating thermostat, dryer timer or the heating element.

Troubleshoot the Power Supply

If your dryer fails to start, or if the control panel doesn't light up, start your dryer troubleshooting by checking the power outlet. Plug in another appliance to ensure that electricity is reaching the dryer. If the outlet works, check the dryer's power cord for fraying, cracks or dings, and replace it if necessary. When your dryer stops suddenly during a cycle, check to see if it has tripped a thermal fuse or circuit breaker. A damaged door latch or door switch can also prevent your dryer from starting, even if it has electricity.

Check the Drum Components

Over time, a dryer's drum components can wear down, causing noises or vibrations. A drum that sags can indicate excessive wear in the support rollers. If you hear a rattling sound, inspect the blower fan blade for damage. Squeaking sounds during operation usually point to a broken idler pulley.

Sears PartsDirect carries a wide variety of parts for common Frigidaire dryer repairs. To find the part you need, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698.


M-F 6:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. CST
Sat 7:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. CST
Sun 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. CST

Thank you! Your model has been added.

Save model in your profile permanently

Don't have a profile? It's fast and easy to create one. Sign up now and you can access your models anytime, anywhere.

Sign In Register

Save to this computer*

This option is valuable if you expect to revisit Sears PartsDirect using this computer and browser in the future.

*Saved models will only persist on this computer and browser. Model retention may be affected by your browser settings.

OK, Continue

Register Existing Customer? Sign In

By clicking Register, I agree to the terms of use and privacy policy.

Forgot password

The email address you entered is incorrect. Please try again.

Please enter your email address for this account. We will send you a confirmation email containing a link to reset your password. The password can be used across the entire suite of Sears websites.

Email Sent

An email has been sent to your account. Please follow the link in the email and you'll be prompted to create a new password. The password can be used for PartsDirect, Kmart, Sears, etc.

Password must include

  • At least 6 characters, no more than 15.
  • At least 1 letter (a - z)
  • At least 1 number (0 - 9)
  • No spaces
  • No special characters (i.e. %$#!@*)
  • Passwords are CaSe SEnSiTivE
  • Can't repeat same character more than 3 times in a row